Ripple Effect 62: Generational Thinking

Shay Myers of Owyhee Produce walks us through a  contemporary agricultural process, including what keeps him up at night and what needs to happen for a brighter future. Great listen with an engaging guest!

Ripple Effect 61: Nanobubbles will Blow Your Mind!

Wow, wow, wow. This episode is a MUST LISTEN. Nick Dyner, CEO of Moleaer discusses his fascinating nanobubble technology and its applications in both the agricultural and municipal water sphere. This is a solution of the future we need to start applying today.  

Ripple Effect 60: Living Buildings and Going Net Positive

Shan Arora  walks us through the exciting Kendeda Building for Innovative Sustainable Design at Georgia Tech. The Kendeda Building is part of the Living Building Challenge and designed to be net positive in terms of its relationship with the environment. To address a rapidly degrading environment, society needs to embrace bold and innovate solutions –…

Ripple Effect 59: Water Law 2.0

A great free-ranging discussion with Robert Glennon (Regents Professor Emeritus at the University of Arizona, Chair of the Morris K. Udall Professor of Law & Public Policy Emeritus, and author of “Unquenchable: America’s Water Crisis and What To Do About It,”) about barriers and opportunities within Western Water Law. Prof. Glennon brings decades of experience…

Ripple Effect 58: Connecting the Dots

Todd Reeve of the Bonneville Environmental Foundation walks us through the group’s efforts to connect corporate partners with water conservation projects. It’s a great look into leveraging “win-win” scenarios that promote corporate sustainability goals and produce real wet water results. Great discussion with an innovative enterprise.

Ripple Effect 57: Drought, Drought, Drought

Candice Hasenyager, Deputy Director of the Utah Division of Water Resources gives us an overview of Utah’s extreme drought conditions. It’s real, it’s nasty, and moving the water conversation forward. Great and timely listen.  

Ripple Effect 56: Funding For All!

Mae Stevens of the Signal Water Group returns for a great discussion about the status of federal water funding and the many opportunities presented under the Biden Administration. There is a lot going on so hold your hats!

Ripple Effect 55: Positive Externalities

Colter DeVries – Ranch Investor Podcast, Professional Ranch Management, Broker MT WY CO – talks us through land use transitions in the Western United States and the impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Ranching communities. Colter also talks about the future of tokenization of Ranch Properties and the potential for block-chain technologies to play a…

Ripple Effect 54: Insightful Perspectives

Pulling from their decades of experience, David Pilz and Andrew Purkey of AMP Insights, provide a brass tacks discussion about what is needed to translate interest into a successful local water market. We cover the basic considerations, conditions, and context AMP Insights uses to assess partner goals, local market activity, and drivers when designing impactful…

Ripple Effect 53: LEEDing the Way

Emily E. Lewis has a great discussion about what is, what can be, and what is next! Whitney Ward, Principal at VCBO Architecture, walks us through the LEED Certification process and how our built environment impacts our water footprint. They dive into specific ways society can design buildings that are both functional and make the…